Jody, I know that following, I have that great following too. Shoulda seen them yesterday when I was moving some wood to a different spot in their chickenyard, hee, hee. Oh they love to look for stuff. I don't think I have ever seen the chickens eat the slugs, just the eggs, but the ducks!!! Funnnneeee. I see them with the slug goo on their bills and trying to get it off in the waterholes, it is hilarious!!!
I love that buk-buk sound they make. I can always tell when Isabelle is close, she is the biggest buk-bukker of them all. She is Ken's favourite. I am not even too sure if she is still laying, but she is so friendly, she has to stay as a pet. When we were taking the old birds to the "house" a couple of weeks ago, I told him that Isabelle might go too, OMG....the look on his face told me immediately that she was gonna stick around, oh how he loves that bird, and she loves him (he doesn't quite realize that she is a user, she knows he loves her and she acts so nice to him, hee, hee....as soon as she hears his voice out there, she comes running over). It is funny, when all the other chickens hear him talk, I can hear them running down the walkway between the chicken and turkey barns to come and see him. They know too, that he always brings a treat for them. Oh those chickens, where would I be without them. I love them to pieces. Have that most wonderful and awesome day, Cindi
Ken and his beloved Isabelle!!!
Oh that Isabelle, she gets more pictures taken of her. Yes, she likes to accompany me to the apiary, I get such a kick out of her!!!
She thought she could come right through the bear fence, then figured out she had to go through the gate, hee, hee
And oh, she does not mind the bees, nor they her, I think it is because she is so white